Will repeat the point: It's not just semantics. It's perception. If you Google "Meredith Emerson Murder Appalachian Trail" you get more than three and a half million hits, despite the fact that the crime took place elsewhere. The simple truth is that many of the crimes that are universally considered to have taken place on the Appalachian Trail did NOT in fact occur there. I lived as a child a block and a half, maybe a three minute walk, from Harvard Square and Harvard yard. If a horrible crime took place on my street, would it be fair to call it "Murder at Harvard!!" No, it wouldn't. It would've been murder or Hilliard St. The Trail remains an extraordinarily safe place, despite attempts by some to paint it otherwise.